NEW YORK — BlackRock’s Secondaries and Liquidity Solutions group has made a “significant investment” through Denver-based CREO Capital Partners (CREO) in support of Flagship Food Group as it grows and accelerates its acquisition strategy. Financial terms of the investment were not disclosed.

“In making investments, we look for companies that have a passion for what they do,” said Veena Isaac, managing director of BlackRock’s Secondaries and Liquidity Solutions team. “Flagship has a very clear passion to bring high-quality, premium food products to consumers around the world, and we are excited about supporting their mission as they grow.”

Majority owned by CREO Capital Partners, Flagship is a diversified food company that sells a wide range of food products and services under the 505 Southwestern, La Tortilla Factory, Lilly B’s, Hatch Kitchen, TJ Farms and other brands. Flagship acquired La Tortilla Factory in…

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